Julie Elizabeth McGurren

Julie McGurren (BA, MSc) has worked in the UK games industry since 1999 where following studying a Masters in Computer Graphics at Teesside University she joined the Liverpool based games company Bizarre Creations. After working as an artist on Metropolis Street Racer and PGR1/2 she moved in an art management role on PGR3 and continued to work in this position on PGR4 and BLUR. These games have sold millions of copies across the globe and are rated highly amongst critics and gamers alike. After Bizarre closed in 2011 she moved to Codemasters and has worked as an Art Producer on DIRT Showdown and GRID2, the sequel to the critically acclaimed and BAFTA awarding winning GRID. She continues to work at Codemasters as an Art Producer on an unannounced title.


Gender Considerations and Influence in the Digital Media and Gaming Industry
Julie Prescott, Julie Elizabeth McGurren. © 2014. 357 pages.
Occupational segregation is an important issue and can be detrimental to women. There is a strong need for more women in science, engineering, and information technology, which...